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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 26 May 1855

EVENING STAR. An Elephant's Fraternal Feeling an d ArrccriOH.?While a wagon drawn by several elephants wis passing oar of fnM)C K-rKaj' the ?,I0wint>r storJ wai, toi i, which we vouch for as true: ft mcna?erie visited the John*town, Herkimer county When the cavalcade left town it passed over a bridge which the road cC two elephants to bring ^TSe bin'whh^ WCu ,dnVen t0 the bnd&e' i-r r f ?6 known sagacity of the rroob- ^ L? CrOS9' The W4t?r of thc ' flows through a gorge in ? o slate formation, projecting at that point banks of prscipitious character and tiiirty feet in height, was low, and by takwig a course across a corn field, a ford Could be reached. But the proprietor of the corn fie'd refused to allow his proptr 17 to be so used, except on the paymon* of an exorbitant sura, and this the agent of t.ie menagerie refused to submit to. Accordingly, the elephants were aeain driven to the bridge, and agnin they re in e l to a tempt the crossing. Thev w aid try the structure wi...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 28 May 1855

VOL. V. WASHINGTON. D. C.. ?? ?? - f - _ r. ? _ \ - X. !?>?"? MONDAY. M\Y 28. 1855. NO. 748. the evening rtar PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, (RJCC1PT iUKDAYj At th* Star tfHifd)7iq% ro~~ner P*nn/y/vd?rim *tw.??s a*/l E'?vmtk stntt, By W. O. WAI.LACH, Will be srevd in subscribers m the eitiea of Warti lagton, Georgetown, Alsrofrfa, Raltimore and Ptiilalelphia. at SIX AND A QUARTER CENTS, payable weekly to th?* Agents. To mail subscribers tbe subscription price is THREE DOLLARS AND PIPTY CENTS a fear In advance, TWO DOL LARS for SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR tor THREE MONTHS. fcy^nMU coPin on a cist. T^.LPkPATENT IMPROVED RYELBT MA Pirs patent?combined on one "Hock s^con 1 patent -self feeding with *yelet bxh -I-*"?improved fam?-ner riveting All parties in want nf a gv?d Eyelet Michin*. ar*1 lr?2tilZf commence ? to ii?e none bat LIPVf AN'S PATENT IM PROVED, whi^h is decidedly the hest ?iver brought before the public, poweuinc numerous ?in materia: s ft is strong. durable and not liable to...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 28 May 1855

EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: SPIRIT OF TH1 M0&9THQ PRESS ' The Jnulligtneor, alter announcing the oer tainty of the election of Wise, oopiM a para graph from the Unto* disclaiming any pur P?*e of eastiag a reflection upon Messrs Heath end Edwards, former Commissioners of . Pensions, in what the latter journal said a few days ago with reference to (ho arrest and crimes of Graham, the pension paper forger The Inflltgtnctr adds a well-deterred ocm pliment to the long, faithful, and efficient ser vices of Mr. ex-Commissioner Edwards as the head of the pension branoh of the public ser vice. The Union defends Col. Forney (who is now ia Philadelphia) from a late onslaught of j the Riohmond Emammer upon that gentle maa. saying in the oonrao of its remarks : " la the absence of Col Forney, however, we may be excused for discharging an act of] friendship to him by remarking that hie rep utation lot personal integrity and warm , hearted devotion to elevated and honorable] sentiments, as ...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 28 May 1855

K V K XING ST A Rt tocal In'tlllige nee. "IhSTmiCT Al'WRV?MILITARY1 DtHPLAT^ At the late session of CongTeu, it will be ree ?IHeted. the ram of thirty thousand dollars was appropriated to enable the Secretary of War to oaase to be eons true red on suoh ri'a, r in a central position on the public grounds, in the city of Washington, m may be w'ected bv the President of the Unite4 States. aatiit. able building for the oare iad preservation of the OTdnance, arms, and accoutrements of the United States, required for the use of the vol anteers and militia of the District of Columbia, and for thi care and pre?jrvaiion of the mili tary trophies ef tho revolutionary and other wan. and for the deposite of newly-invented and model arms, for the military service, the "*'.d ordnance and arms, and the building, to be used by the volunteers and militia of the District of Columbia, under such regulations M may be prescribed by the President of the United State*. To day was set apart for the parade ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 28 May 1855

EVENING-STAR. FISST VI0LXT9. ?T It* ID WARD ICLVIR LTTTOM Who that has loved knows not th<- tender tale, Which (lowers rrvpal when lips are coy to teil; Whon-' vonih bath pa?sH not, dreaming in tin; val Wbfre the fresh violets dwell * Lo, where tbev shrink along the lonely brake, I'nder the leafle>*. melancholy tree, Moe yet th??? uck>?> sin^s, nor glides the snake. Nor wiM th>m?! lure* tbe bee! Yet at their sifht, sccnt-etttranced an J thrilled, All June ?ef m? * Iden in the April skies; H<>w *weet tbe days we yearn for, ?UI falfllled. O, distant Paradise* Dear Ian to which desire ever flee?, I lme doib do present to the gra*p al'ow ; 8*y, in the flieit Eter al, >-hall w siese At last tbe fleeting Now i Dream not of days to come, ct that unknown Whither : op./wand-r* (male without a clue;) Giv?- their true witchery to the flowrts?thine 1 wu Youth m tbeir youth renew \rwie+ r?m? rnber when the Cowslip's gold Lured, and y t lo t its glitter in tby ifra^p ; Omh...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 29 May 1855

VOL. V. WASHINGTON, D, C., TUESDAY, MAY 29. 1855. NO. 749. THE EVENING STAR PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) At tks Star Bmlding, corner Pennrwlvtmfm evenme and Er+w:\ street, Bf W. D. WALLAOI, W'rll be served t?> subscribers In the cities of Wuii 1*410:1, Georgetown, Alexandria, Baltimore and Philadelphia, at SIX AMD A UUASTER CENTO, payable weekly to the Agents- To mail subscribers the subscription price is THREE DOLLARS AND PtFTY CENTS a year in cnhtmct, TWO DOL LARS for SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR f* THREE MONTHS. &p?0nMLS ropua out T^PATENT IMPK0VBD EYELET ma Jtrs' paten:?combined or. one stock H *cond patent?self reeding with eyelet ?aSrSJr^^ ""P?7?** fa3lener> riveting All parties in want of a good Eyelet Machine, ?r? strongly recommended to um none but LIPMAN'S PATENTIMPROVED, which is decidedly the beat , erer brought before the public, possessing numerous advantages, vi* : 1 It ib strong, durable and not Table to get out o? or-, aer. It pnnche* the hole...

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Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 29 May 1855

EVENING STAR.; WASHINGTON OITY: rUXSDAT ArraffOOJf...........lUj29 8FII.IT OF TH1 MoaHnropmsT The Um*n 41MUM the Eastern qurttion. says that Barclay Martin, of Tibmnn, Is no Know Nothing ; that a Know Nothing Fire Company In Evanxville, Indiana, roc en ti 7 re fused to throw wator on a burning house be oause It was the property of a (Hrman; and oompliments the New York Expreas for the ?ood temper in which it discusses the final admisrion of Kansas as a si are-holding State. The Inttiltgnruer also disc esses the Eastern "wer question at length, coning to our so long ago declared conclusion that the contest has hardly fairly opened; and that Mr Dronyn de 1'Hays, the late French Minister of War,' / resigned because of his disapproval of the policy of his master, the Emperor, which looks to the dedieatioa of all the power and wealth of Fraoee to force on Russia the ac oeptanoe of the rejected point mooted in the reoent Vienna ootf erence. The Washington M nuaent. The reader will find on...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 29 May 1855

kvkning star. Local Intelligence. Tna Councils ?board of Aldtrmen.? The board met at the usual boor. The chair laid before the board a communi cation trom tha Major advising the board of the approval of oertaia bills oa the 23d inst. Mr. Reid introduced a bill for setting the $urb stores aad paving the foot ways in froat of squares 211 *1*> *nd M7< "hiah Was rawed Mr. Houston. trom the select committee on the subjeit. reported a bill entitled "an act to regula'e the ,grade of Seventeenth street west from Pennsylvania ATenue to B street n-rth;'' pa*"~J Mr Jobaioa, from the improvements com irittee. reported a bill providing for grading of certaia portions of D street south ; passed. Mr. Pearson introduced a bill for facilitating and cxpsdi'ing the voting ia the several wards at the n^xt election ; raised. Mr Pearsoa, from the ecmmittee oa claims, reported back, without amendmeat. the joint resolution from the Comm >a Council relnting t? the reward cffe-ed by the late Mayor f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 29 May 1855

By oaiKM % ICOTT, A?etloa*?ri. TTALOABLR BUTLDING LOT Olf IfOBTH I, | 7 between 8th and 9th street* wm(, at Auction On WEDNBSOAY, the JOtb instaut, we shall mII, | ut front of the premise*, at 6 o'clock p. m , the beau tiful : u Ming lot situated on the south tide of north I, betwem 8th and 9th utre^u w<w, being wed h tlf of Lot No 7, in square 404, having a front of 30 by 85 Oct ?te*p. TVrraa: One fourth cash; balance in 6, IS, and 18 month*, for note* satisfactorily endorsed, bearing in terest from day nf sale. A de^d given and * deed of trust taken. GREEN k. SCOTT, may 94?d Auctioneer*. By J. C. JKeOVlHS, Aactlonter Extensive assori ment op new and, *<>eoa<l-hand Furniture, without reserve.?On i THURSDAY morning. May 31st, at 10 o'clock, at | Store No 395, hoijth side of Pennsylvania avenue, between 4% and 8th streets, f shall je.l the ent're atock in trade of J. R. McGregor, (who is about to | change Itis business,) comprising? Suite ??f p'ush covered Parlor Furnitur...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 30 May 1855

THE EVENING STAR PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, (EXCEPT 8CJ7CDAYJ At tk* Star Building, eomtr Pemuylmmrni* mvenu4 and R!#verth , By W. D. WALLACH, W?M be prnr??d to ?ubscribfr? h> the cities of Wash ington, Gi*nr<?iown, Al^iandria, Baltimore and Philadelphia, at SIX AND A QUARTFR CENTS, payable weekly to the Areata. To mail rabacribera the aabocri;>aon price i? THREE DOLLARS AND Pi FTY CENTS a year In eAwmee, TWO DOL LARS for SIX MONTHS, aad ONE DOLLAR fjp THREE MONTHS. Q9-Sir?lb corn* on ?nv. VOL. V. tis. ? t:: WASHINGTON, D. C., WEDNESDAY. MAY 30. 1855. NO npREBLR PATENT IMPROVED EYELET SI A I 1HHINE. Pies" patent?combined on one stock S?c?n I pUfBt-wlfftedinf with eyelet Third patent?patent improved fastener, riveting both side* AH parlies in want of a eood Eyelet Machine, are strongly recommended to nw none but LIPMAN'S PATENT IMPROVED, wbirh is decidedly the beat ever brought before the public, poweeslng numeroue advantages, via: It is uroag, durable and not I able to oM ?...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 30 May 1855

EVENING STAR WASHINGTON CITY: WlDffSSDAY AFTERHOO* May :<0 SFIBIT OF THE MDSTUHe PBX8S The InisJltfenctr commence# the pnblioa* ti?* of important documents bearing on the reoent V ienna Conference, designing to con tinue them until it presents its reader* with a *11 history of the negotiation which resulted In the present prospeot of one of the longest . est wars which ever occurred in Eu rope. The Un*cn again discusses the illiberality of Britain with reference to international postafe ratee, giving another otaapter of the history of the effort* of the United States Polt Offloe Department to reduce those ohargea to reasonable rates, and shewing that the otyect of Britain has been, in the negotiations that hare taken place on the subject, little more than to effect, if possible, the introduction of British printed books into this oountry duty free The Union farther congratulate# the oonntry on the fact?demonstrated in a re cent speeoh of M. Lusuriaga, the Spanish Minister for For...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 30 May 1855

KV'KNING 8TAR. I* o c a 1 I ntelligence.' Tbb Sti ret Casvass ?Ever since the a*ninaut party in oar munioip%l councils elected men of their own political stamp only ? jadgea of the approaching election fcr foor of the seven wards of Washington, an :mptes K? m ^Tn T!7t *?n,rV v*0** theit aoM Know Nothing fellow oUiiens, (hat it ia pro posedto carry the election by cross fr!ud The idea of preventing any considerable party ft0" Ket?d8 a representative in U"onerew each Precinct th?ht?lJr OCCMlon' ? tkin* unknown to L? i ?J7??l?Ur municil,aJ It being known that the?e commissioners belong to a ?eeret political society whose obligations re quired one of ita members who was a witness in a jury trial at Lowell, Massachusetts, to deny on oath, for three boura, his connection wir a it, which he admitted ere he was per mitted to leave the witness stand, and the fact that however worthy and respectable thry m*y be moat of these commissioners are compara tively unknown to those among us who diffe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 30 May 1855

? "ggggggg Anction Bal?? By ORKICK 4 SCOTT, A?cIIobmti. VALUABLE BUTLDTNG LOT ON NORTH I, between 8?h and Oih streets west, at Auetn n. On WEDNESDAY, the J?th instant, we shall sill, tn front ??f the premises. at 8 o'clock p. m , the beau tiful building lot situated on the south side of north 1, krtwfca Mh and 9th streets weet, being west half of Lot No 7, in square 404, having a front of 30 by %'eetdeep. Tcims: One fourth cash ; balance in 6,19, and 18 month-, for notes satisfactorily endorsed; bearing in ternet from day of ?tle. A deed given and a deed of trust taken. GREEN k SCOTT, may 34?d Auctioneers By J. C. McGriRfT, Auctioneer. Extensive assor : ment op new and second-hand Furaiture, without reserve?On THURSDAY morning, May 31st, at 10 o'clock, at Store No 395. south side of Pennsylvania avenue, betw.e i 4Jf and 6th ftreets, I shall se.l the entire etock in trade of J. R McGregor, (who is alout to rbinge his b?a<nea?,) ormprising? Suite of p uah-c*'v?red Parlor Furniture ...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 31 May 1855

Km THE EVENING STAR PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, (EXCEPT SirnDAY.) At the Star Building, roner Ptnnsy/vanim avert u* ars-tl Eleventh itrest, By W . D. WAI.LACH, WiU M-rT' 1 to -iL-*ribera in the cities of W;uh In-rttm, Ofor^??t?>wn, Alviandria, Baltimore and PnlaMphia, at SIX ANT) A QUARTER CENTS, payable weekly to the AfenU. To mail anbscribers ti?? mbflcription price i* THREE DOLLARS AND FIPTY CENTS a year in advance, TWO DOL LARS for SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR thr THREE MONTHS. Q^Siwnta rnpia? owa Cbkt. VOL. V. WASHINGTON, D. C., THURSDAY, MAY 31. 1S55. NO. 751. Treble patent improved eyelet ma CHINE. Firs* patent?combined on one stock S?con i p*l>-nt -self feeding with eyelet Third patent?patent improved fastener, riveting both aides ?VII parlies in want of a good Eyelet Machine, sure, ?tnnilv recommended to u~?e none but LIPMAN'S PATENT IM PROVED, which is decidedly the best CTt-r brought before the public, possessing numerous advantage*, viz: It is stroae, duraMe and not l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 31 May 1855

fvfining star. '' A CI T Y: THTTHSDVT AFTE&HCOB May *1 The following persona are authorized lo contract for the publication of adver tisements in the Star: Philadelphia?V. B. Palmkk. N. W. orner of Third and Chestnut streets. New York?S. M. PcrnNOiix A Co., Nassau street. Boston ? V. B. Palmib. Scollay's Building. 23^ Advirtisbmkkts should be handed by 12 o clock, M., otherwise they may ?">t appear until the next day. sptbit cr ihs iLO-isma pk^ss. The Union contains tbe following letter from Moses 11. Qrmnell, of Mew York, taking back that gentleman's imputations upon Lhe oourse of the lion. Senator Fish upon the Pa3 Mcger ship question before Congress at its last session : Nxw Yokk, May 24, 1855 Dkar Fir : In the observations male by me %t the merchants' meoticg held at the ?x eaange in February la-t on the eubject of the " passeDger bill," then j ending btfote Cor gress. in condemnation of the course pursued by you in regard to the measure. I u^ed ex pressions imputing to y...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 31 May 1855

43 65 KV ^N!N<; STAR. L o ca I Intelligance. T*? ^OTB L*9t Ykar.?A* a matter of In terulwe publish the state of the rote of la-t S?K< H?*c<<ni... 4*1 41J9 TW i..... 447 397 f0 P"Orih.... i54 ?14 iX ? F.fih SI 7 y*j 7Z ~ J8? MS ,i? - Beventfi... 6M 833 ~ 3,0?)0 8^61 TowTB-majority over Maury, 436 J,?'" mentioned cm ndate for Alderman Uli-.* ZT? narn<Ml fox CoamoD Coud. ch in too following Ii*t were eleoted : FIRST WARD For Alderman-W. T. Dove. 322; 6. E Douglass, 283; B Tucker, 61 Com son Council?J Kelly, 313; 0 8 Paine, 24-1; W. C. H. Newman, 325; W. U Minm*. 206: J W Sheahan. 182; Charles Abort, 131; E. H Fuller, 142. H. N. E^by, 136; F Walters, 17, Charles Calvert, 30; W. Bruce*. 81 AtittajT?T F. Harkntss, 433 ?BC05D WABD. d.flo,.^"S,8?-W F "M*. ?*?-?? Common Council?J. KuMei Bsrr. 463; 2^? "% **'> Jchn M Dona, 42* Ni"bola? callan. 374; James G Berre\ 323 Robert E. Dotle, 306; Geo. W Stewart, 158. ' THIRD WARD *Xt?rfr,?ch s kt"'- ?? e T^?ti'a>nn C "I?-'Jonatha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 31 May 1855

EVENING STAR. ** AHOFL 0? FATIKWCK BT VbOBBlVCB PSBCT Beaide the toilsome war, Lawly tnd sii.1. bv :ruit-< ?nd flowers unblM. - Wtiiuii my woni itread sadly, day by day, I.ongiog in vain for rem An angel softly w*lk?, With pal*. ?w#et face and eyes cast meekly down, The while from wintered leaves and flowerlcse ?taika ? r?ha weaves my flttirg crown. A ?we*-t an?? patient frare, A look of firm endurance tru" and tried. Of suffering meekly borne, r^ata on her face, *k/ pure??o glorified. \od when my fainting hean Despond- and murmurs at u? adverse late. Then quietly tho ansel't bright lip- part, Murmurm? -ottly, ?? Wait!" ?'Pa'ien<*e!" she swretly mth? -;The fatherV mercies never come too I at*-; Gird thee with fitient .strength and trusting faith, And firm endurance?wait!" Angel J?behold?1 wait? Wearing the ihomv crown through ail life's hourn. Wait lilt th> nand shall ope the eternal gate. And change the thorns to flowera. HOPS. What is hope: The beauteous sua That colors a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 1 June 1855

f THE EVENING STAR UfTBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, ~ (EXCEPT 8CJJTDAYJ M tks Star Building, corner Penn?\lvtnx% mvnu* and Eleventh street, Br W. D. WALV.ACn, WTiU be M-r?>d to rub^crib^r* in the cities of W ash fcutnn, Georjmown, Aleiandria. Baltimore and Philadelphia. at SIX AND A QVARTER CENTS, p\yable weekly to the Af*>nt*. To mail subscribers ?e robscription price ia THREE DOLLARS AND riPTY CENTS a year In advance, TWO DOL f LARS for SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR Jhr THREE MONTHS. Q^Simols corua orb oairr. VOL. V. WASHINGTON D. C., FRIDAY, JUNE I. 1855. NO. 752. XR,^hVnf;patent improved eyelet ma Pirs? patent?combined on on<! stock ^ %**** ?self feeding with eyelet ^ P*tent?patent improved fastener, nvftlnj .tK til sides ' * All par lie* in want of a g*v?d Eyelet Machine, are ?tronjlv recommended to u*e b<m,c but LIPMAM'H P\TENT IMPROVED, which in decidedly the best ever broatht before the public, possessing numerous r aJvantage*, via : It u strong, durable and nntliable to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 1 June 1855

KVENTSG STAR. WASHINGTON PITY: rsiiftV aftehiccos Jan? 1 for tiik itab. He following persons are authorized to contract for the publication of adver tise ents in the Star: I'i.lsdelplria?Y. B. PALMxn, N. TV. corner of TUird and Chestnut streets. N?-w York?S. M. PkTTixaiLL & Co., ftafraa street. Host on ? V. B. Palmb, Scollay's Jkiilu.ng. ' Adybrttskmrnts should be handed in by ill o'clock, M., otherwise they niay r Dt appt-ar until the next day. oy iss uounse FEias. ihe V:.ir.. contains no editorial essay thu Burning ihe 1 t'Llirtncrr argues elaborately to tli v :ji* th? Spanish (1 overment have not lepvliutc ('.he IrttHigrnerr1*) pcsltionr s t' - r.^Lt' on th: high seis in the vicinity t'. :Tu 3, as the Uu o.i alleged a few days fines. :-i?;*i6TfiS_\S\U AND GO&SIP. Ccnjplitely Head.-!.?It j3 very evident ne toso of our talented, amiable, cour tcoas, entertaining, en'huMastic and knowing r "~hb,r. that the re- jJution adopted by the ; Know Nothings, at Harmony Hall, on 1 u r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 1 June 1855

? VKNING STAR. LocaJ^ Intelligence. Otlh^Hon' V|A*TIC TI*? 0f the frlead3 ? h. II UeDry A Wi*. of Virginia, and ^MiBreI??fKe,T ?f tbat SUte' WM h9ld I rurpow of ilk* nit?K SUtM Uotel- fyr the to X?? k uk,=g preliminary stein to testifv rrel^t hon^r*!)la Kent??man their Mgh ap of h,m- ** tfa? ?reat chamrton of | ihl n u" u" r^'fioo toloratioo. ?v w ? n Richard M Young was sailed to k'm??? "" Mc?" J^OwnoU anj Lump. tewts aassss "d llr ?? J"!""""* '?Tik,, which I XatI s?m ???>?">< of .p piaase bome due union ensuin* ns ti ti,? it entertainment to be tendeied it: w*.finally de.ided to .elect a commhtee of rcfe'rS th'V0 W*?m the <?a#ation ?bould be h?BMt?S,ifg w?'1Vg5ly 8tten^. and the l?amr .A?? ? ?f 501,1 th? Whi? ?ad ?ho VTere th^?. M'iu* harmo iii-ft. C?CC?DtraliD< thei' ?^ft3 to OLC i,? [71 ?eni'* ct hon r ,0?ceot Vir lh,? * b? *n<1 tt3,t elcqaent sons, who ?.".JU,'|,IDir?e fro:n one of th# fflost despe rate political contest* ever waged in tb,3 JHKt Hnd iVbi,sh he...

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